Listed as Endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, tigers in India are mostly found inhabiting six different forested landscapes—Shivalik Hills and the Gangetic plains, Central India, Eastern Ghats, Western Ghats, North-eastern Hills and Brahmaputra plains, and Sundarbans—with different topographical features

The Bengal tiger, also known as the Royal Bengal Tiger or the Indian tiger, is the subspecies with the largest population. It is the national animal of India. India is now home to over 70% of the Tiger population in the world and perhaps the only place where you can see tigers in the wild. 

Whether you wish to visit one particular national park or combine multiple parks or combine destinations in India & Sri Lanka, we will help you in designing the best possible itinerary.